‚What, if we were able to design a textile skin, that is able to drastically reduce urban heat and inundation risks?‘

HydroSKIN represents the revolution in bulding façades.

The lightweight, textile skin absorbs wind-driven rainwater hitting the façade.
Its use inside the building reduces water and energy consumption.
During hot season, HydroSKIN releases water to cool the exterior and interior environment by evaporation. 

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